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A new VR game lets you recreate real plays as NFL MVP Lamar Jackson

 

Sports are on the back burner right now (for obvious pandemic-related reasons), but football fans may be able to get a glimpse of the gameday experience in VR later this year.

Developer StatusPro, which has made mixed reality sports training apps under the name ByteCubed Labs, is currently working on an untitled VR game coming this fall, first on Oculus headsets and later on other platforms. For sports fans, the premise is an enticing one: You can, among other things, step into Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson’s virtual shoes and recreate real highlight plays from his record-setting 2019 season. It’s the first part of a larger group of planned VR products called “The Lamar Jackson Experience.” Read more…

 

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